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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Latvian PM reasserts support to Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity
    Apr07

    Latvian PM reasserts support to Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity

    Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) during his meeting with Ukrainian lawmakers reasserted Latvia’s support to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, the prime minister’s spokesman Andrejs Vaivars told LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Dutch ‘No’ to Ukraine pact forces government rethink
    Apr07

    Dutch ‘No’ to Ukraine pact forces government rethink

    Dutch gov. said it can’t ignore the “No” in a non-binding referendum on the European Union’s association treaty with Ukraine, reported Reuters. …read more Source:...

    How media outlets work during war
    Apr07

    How media outlets work during war

    Journalism and propaganda are different things. Propaganda tries at all price to sell this or that product or idea to the readers, audience, users, very often not refraining from cheating or humiliating its opponents. Journalism presents facts and opinions the way they are given by the initial sources. Another question-during the time, when the...

    Consorting with the kings and tsars for nearly a millennium
    Apr07

    Consorting with the kings and tsars for nearly a millennium

    This year marks the 523rd anniversary of the start of official diplomatic relations between Russia and Denmark, which began with the signing of the Love and Brotherhood Treaty in 1493. However, strong ties between the kingdom of Denmark and the Moscow Tsardom had existed long before, dating back to the 1116 union of Knud Lavard and Ingeborg of...

    Dutch voters reject EU plan in referendum hailed by eurosceptics
    Apr07

    Dutch voters reject EU plan in referendum hailed by eurosceptics

    The Dutch government may reconsider ratifying a treaty on closer European Union ties with Ukraine after a vast majority of voters rejected the agreement in a non-binding referendum. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    Poroshenko: Ukraine to continue moving towards EU despite Dutch vote
    Apr07

    Poroshenko: Ukraine to continue moving towards EU despite Dutch vote

    Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday his country will continue moving towards the European Union despite a resounding rejection by Dutch voters of a treaty on closer ties between the European body and Ukraine. …read more Source: Channel...

    Dutch people shoot down Ukraine referendum; Voter turnout tops 30 pct.
    Apr07

    Dutch people shoot down Ukraine referendum; Voter turnout tops 30 pct.

    On Wednesday the Netherlands voted “no” in the referendum on the association agreement between the EU and the Ukraine. According to preliminary results, the turnout was 32.2 percent, more than the minimum 30 percent for the referendum to be considered valid The post Dutch people shoot down Ukraine referendum; Voter turnout tops 30...

    Dutch snub EU-Kyiv pact in blow to leaders
    Apr07

    Dutch snub EU-Kyiv pact in blow to leaders

    61.1 percent of the Dutch voters rejected the association agreement between the EU and Ukraine …read more Source: World...

    ‘Disappearances’ under Russian rule in Crimea
    Apr07

    ‘Disappearances’ under Russian rule in Crimea

    Crimean Tatar leader says at least 22 have gone missing since Russian takeover …read more Source: World...

    Newspapers: Ukraine referendum results “an embarrassment,” “a dilemma”
    Apr07

    Newspapers: Ukraine referendum results “an embarrassment,” “a dilemma”

    On Thursday morning Dutch newspapers described the preliminary results of the Ukraine referendum – 61 percent against with a voter turnout of 32 percent – as “an embarrassment”, “a dilemma” and a “recipe for discontent”. All agree that the “no” vote means tough times ahead for Prime...